Every once in a while, I go through the vast realms of the internet and I try to look for some anime. I’m pretty picky, and I tend to stray away from mainstream titles. There is however, one title that I had repeatedly encountered, but never dared to watch. It is praised rather highly, but after taking a peek at a synopsis of it, I didn’t understand the hype behind it, so I just put in on my ‘plan to watch’ list for a while.
It was not until a few weeks ago that I decided to watch this, and, well, looking back at it now, I wish that I would have done so sooner. Here is, Mushi-shi.
Through the course of the relatively many titles that I have watched, there have been a lot of themes used in them. The likes of boy-meets-girl, the chosen one, teenage boy gaining uber powers, etc. These themes are what appeal to me on whether or not I should watch a series.
However, there is one such theme that is, well not exactly new, but is so intriguing, that you can’t help but be curious. The theme I’m talking about is, defying fate. A little deep, but rather simple.
So let’s see how this series tries to take that theme for a spin. Here’s a Quick Look at Kurokami.
This is gonna be my first attempt at writing a full review of a series, so please bear with any errors I may make, and share your opinions as well.
With that out of the way, I will be reviewing a series that I had watched a few months ago. A rather short series, that makes up for it by being original and solid all through out. As with almost all reviews, this post will have spoilers. If you haven’t watched Moshidora yet, I suggest not reading this post until you do.
So, let’s see how two childhood friends, a crash course in Management and a high school baseball team managed to pull off a nice run. Here is, Moshidora.